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Sutter Express Care Offers Low-Cost Physicals for Student-Athletes

Convenient, Affordable Solution for Busy, Cash-Strapped Parents

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Aug. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- With the fall school sports season just ahead, Sutter Express Care is continuing to offer low-cost physical exams at its six Sacramento area medical clinics inside select Rite Aid stores.

Parents of student-athletes, who are required to have a sports physical in order to participate, will pay just $39 (cash only) during the entire month of August. It is not necessary to have insurance or an appointment (walk-in). Sutter Express Care medical centers are open seven days a week, with extended evening hours on weeknights (see locations and times below).

Sutter Express Care Locations:

-- Folsom -- 526 East Bidwell Street (corner of East Bidwell St. & Glenn


-- Gold River -- 2111 Golden Centre Lane (next to Bel Air, Gold River


-- Roseville -- 4004 Foothills Boulevard (Roseville Brickyard shopping


-- Greenhaven -- 980 Florin Road (corner of Florin Rd. & Greenhaven)

-- Natomas -- 2751 Del Paso Road (Corner of Del Paso Rd. & East Commerce)

-- Elk Grove -- 8368 Elk Grove-Florin Road (Near Calvine Rd. & Elk

Grove-Florin Rd.)

Hours: Monday-Friday (9am-8pm), Saturday & Sunday (10am-4pm). For more information, visit or call (800) 972-5547.

Sutter Express Care is open to everyone 18 months of age and older. Cost is flat fee and no appointment is necessary (walk-in). Visits typically take about 20 minutes. Many health plans are accepted.

About Sutter Express Care

Sutter Express Care is part of Sutter Health, a family of physician organizations, not-for-profit hospitals and other health care service providers that share resources and expertise to advance health care quality and access. Serving more than 100 communities in Northern

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